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Season 53 (2013/2014)
Dr. Jack Ramsay, an obstetrician/gynecologist, is "going bare", that is, he has dropped his insurance coverage to avoid paying outrageous malpractice premiums. When he is hit with a frivolous lawsuit to the tune of $4.2 million, Jack and his devoted wife, Barbara, conspire to get a divorce that puts all their assets into her name. "Youll be too poor to sue because Ill have all your money," she chirps. Possibly a destitute doctor will discourage the plaintiffs attorney from pursuing a ...
Going Bare
by Mary Jane Taegel
Sep 13 - Oct 12, 2013
Phoney Awards
Dec 7, 2013
The wit of Oscar Wilde meets the cunning of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle when Wilde brings his dear friend, Lillie Langtry, to Baker Street. Someone has stolen the highly intimate letters Lillie exchanged with the Prince of Wales, and now she is being blackmailed. Only Holmes can solve the case, going so far as to disguise himself as an early version of Lady Bracknell from Wildes latest play, The Importance of Being Forthright, while Watson falls head-over-heels for the Jersey Lily and a wicked professor attem...
Case of the Jersey Lily
by Katie Forgette
Feb 21 - Mar 22, 2014
Two married couples pool their resources to buy a diner in the middle of the desert. Excited and enthusiastic at first, they come to realize their dream isnt turning out to be the success they wanted. Unable to afford to fix the diners broken sign or pave the dusty parking lot, the hoped-for customers continue to drive by without stopping. Inside the diner, with failing equipment and dwindling funds, the two couples discover they cant even sell the building for a portion of what they paid for it.

They a...
A Deal in the Desert
by Michal Jacot
May 30 - Jun 28, 2014
"Who IS that guy?" Thats what theyre asking each other at the local police station when Santa Claus shows up handing out gifts. Its not so much the gifts that amaze Howard and Bertie but the fact that ol Santa seems to know them all so well...and they havent a clue whos wearing the red and white. Its not like they havent seen people dressed for the holidays, especially since Earlene drops in costumed first as an elf and then a big bunny. Even Chief Culpepper has been known to don the Santa Clau...
The Man Who Wanted to be Santa Claus
by Pat Cook
Nov 1 - 30, 2013
There aint much in Spitwhistle, TX, except some cowboys, some longnecks, and the Saddle Horn Bar. Needless to say, this West Texas town isnt much of a tourist destination. Desperate to lure visitors to their dying town, the residents have organized an annual cowboy poetry contest, where cowboys can compete for the chance at winning $500 and "to be high-thought-of... for a change".

But when a TV crew from PBS arrives to film the contest as part of a documentary on cowboy poetry, the prospect of...
Under a Cowboy Moon
by Carl Williams
Jan 3 - Feb 1, 2014
Olive Fisher is an elderly character actress whose claim to fame were the iconic "Gimme the Sausage" commercials of the 1980s. She is a classic New York curmudgeon, at war with the world and in particular her next door neighbors. Her closed-off life is shaken by the appearance of a spectral male figure viewed through her living room mirror. A series of strange and outrageous coincidences reveals that the man in the mirror has intimate links to everyone in Olives world and most revealingly to Ol...
Olive and the Bitter Herbs
by Charles Busch
Apr 11 - May 10, 2014
Will our dashing hero be able to save our innocent heroine or will the dastardly villain succeed in his quest to steal the heroines heart as well as her ranch? Join Gene Ranger, Becky Trueheart and Bodkin Shamley and see who wins out in the end. Its fun for the entire family from kiddies to grandparents. Popcorn will be available for throwing at the villain.
Bad Medicine
by Kris Thompson
Jul 18 - Aug 23, 2014
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